# A latex plot of particles

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1. Oct 6, 2014

### arivero

As a byproduct of the last slides on Koide, I have done a semilogx plot of the standard model in latex with the tikz and pfgplots packages, and it can be generically useful to everyone. So here is the gist:

I call this picture the "small seesaw" because you can also put alpha in the other side, from vaccum to tau mass, say, and then it has a very symmetric "seesaw-like" way. Of course, you can also add the "major seesaw", neutrinos and cosmological constant on one side, and GUT and Planck masses in the opposite seat.

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2. Oct 11, 2014

### Greg Bernhardt

Well, by the way, I could also include the big see-saw, from neutrino to mass scale, but I am not sure of which are the numerical values, in GeV, of each element. And at least the infamous equation for $m_\pi^3$ should be included.